MMRCA Governance and Management Capacity:

MMRCA is currently leading by the senior management team composed up of Director General, Executive Director, Technical Advisor, Finance Director with a core technical team, finance team and support team at the HQ level and a technical and management team at the provincial levels.

MMRCA is governed by the board of directorates whose members have significant professional and academic profiles with advanced degrees from recognized national and international universities.  The members of the board of directorates have vast and remarkable work experience at national and international levels at various fields. The Board Members are key experts who worked in well-known NGO’s, UN agencies and Government sector with years of well-honed experience acquired mostly from field works in highly complex and demanding projects.  This has given us enough expertise to meet normal and emergency requirement.

MMRCA has well defined Governance Structure that includes a Board of Directors (BoD), which is responsible for the organization’s governance, strategic management and oversight. The BoD consists of five members; four of them are independent members and one member is the NGO director general. In addition to BoD, General Assembly and senior Management team have also been established at MMRCA. General Assembly has the role to discuss and declare an opinion on any matter related to the organization; it also plays the role of advisors to the board and management of MMRCA on development and critical issues faced to the organization. Senior Management Team works at the central level and is responsible for supervising all day to day technical, financial and operational activities of the organization at the top level. Similarly there is provincial management team at the provincial level who is responsible for day to day implementation of project activities and coordination at the local level.

MMRCA has a defined organization structure in place, which illustrates the composition and structure of all the departments and their respective reporting lines. MMRCA has defined and documented policies and procedures for its key functions such as financial management, human resource, procurement and logistics, Transport, Security, Documents and Assets, M&E, Program and PSEA. Further, as MMRCA is implementing the projects with close coordination of the MoPH, so it also follows the strategies and guidelines in various aspects.

 Financial Management Capacity:

 MMRC-A has computerized financial management system operated by professional staff, MMRC-A manages its financial system based on its financial policies and financial management guideline. It keeps and maintains separate bank accounts for each and every donor/projects, and keeping both soft and hard copies of the financial documents duly signed and verified by authorized signatories. It uses QuickBooks software at the HQ level.

MMRCA’s Turn over in the last ten years:

2013 12,588,066 225,149 $
2014 7,992,510 137,281 $
2015 72,932,988 1,068,302 $
2016 177,842,570 2,665,378 $
2017 202,935,005 2,915,000 $
2018 218,737,410 2,916,499 $
2019 224,028,070 2,909,455 $
2020 225,963,620  2,934,592 $
2021 247,615,439  2,813,812 $
2022 1,033,531,894 11,744,681 $

 Administrative Capacity:

MMRC-A has a suitably located office in Kabul that provides excellent facilities for the staff and activities implementing by the organization and easy access to the clients of the organization.  The office is equipped with basic office tools and internet. 

MMRCA has its sub-offices/provincial projects offices in Badghis, Samangan, Sar-e-Pul, Balkh, Kunduz, Paktia, Paktika, Khost, Ghazni, Nangarhar, Laghman, Kunar and Nuristan Provinces. MMRCA also has well-equipped training centers in Badghis, Samangan, Sar-e-Pul, Balkh and Kunduz provinces. As of August 2023 MMRCA has the following assets in its Kabul office, provincial offices, training centers and health facilities;

Human Resources Capacity:

As of July  2023, MMRCA is staffed by a pool of 2461 management, technical and support staff at its HQ, field office and Health Facilities. It has a total of 52 staff at its HQ and 2409 staff at provincial offices and HFs as summarized in the table below;

MMRCA Staff Kabul + Provinces
Project Name  Main Office staff Provincial Staff
Male  Female  Male  Female 
HER Sar-Pul  34 6 390 264
HER Badghis  363 210
HER Samangan  284 176
TSFP Badghis  1   6 44
TSFP Samangan    1 5 40
NIDH + Afghan Japan Hospital     281 60
IDH Badghis  1   34 9
Z Grant- TB 3 1 63 49
Z Grant- HIV 2 1 80 6
Z Grant- Malaria 1 1 1  
MC Grant     11 33
Total Staff: 2461

In addition MMRCA has 1694 male and female CHWs as volunteers at the community level as summarized below.

Province Number of CHWs
Male Female Total
Badghis 311 311 622
Samangan 185 185 370
Sar-e-Pul 351 351 702
Total 847 847 1694

MMRCA’S human resources recruitment process is supervising by assigned recruitment committees at the main and provincial offices, all employees of MMRCA are hiring on contractual basis.  There are defined job descriptions for all staff members, the ratio of female staff employed at the main office  project offices and health facilities is 37%.  Employees performance appraisals are carried out on yearly basis. MMRCA has been developing regular plans for staff training at the project levels. 

Research Capacity:

MMRCA has a strong and professional research team with advanced degrees in public health and relevant fields & demanding experience of the country.

At the operational level it has research implementation team capable of collecting qualitative and quantitative data; it also has key community informants who provide support to the research team during the field implementation.

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